ACE Aviation Holdings, which was created in 2004 as part of Air Canada's restructuring and still holds a 75% stake in AC, indefinitely postponed an April 7 shareholders meeting at which it was slated to hold a vote on the company's dissolution (ATWOnline, Dec. 12, 2008). The ACE windup would make AC an independent company, but "current market conditions" made the postponement "appropriate," ACE said. It "continues to evaluate all of the alternatives available to it with a view to arriving at ...

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